Shield Maiden’s Thanks Giving Sweet Potato Pie

Shield Maiden cooks up a delicious Sweet Potato Pie and notes down the recipe so that YOU can enjoy it as much as she will, for Thanks Giving.


 

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1 pound sweet potato
1/2 cup organic butter, softened
1 cup organic white sugar OR non toxic sugar free substiute such as Monkfruit extract
1/2 cup milk (can be organic or nut milk)
2 organic eggs
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 (9 inch) unbaked gluten free pie crust

Heat oven to 350.
Poke holes in sweet potatoe(s) with fork, place on foiled lined baking sheet.
Cook for one hour or until soft. Allow 20 minutes to cool. The skin should easily peel off.
In a food processor, place all ingredients except pie crust (duh) and mix until well combined.
Pour into pie crust, bake for 55 minutes (to prevent crust from burning wrap it in foil)
Pie will puff up a bit, then settle as it cools.
Place in fridge for at least two hours to firm up.

2 thoughts on “Shield Maiden’s Thanks Giving Sweet Potato Pie

  1. Monkfruit? I gotta go to the local seminary for that? Oh! That fruit. Ahem, ‘nut milk?’ I’ll behave.

    Don’t know about “happy.” But Happy Turkey Day back at ya all. I do live in the USA ya know. The big prison camp.

    Watched the last video and chowed down on some…. guess what…. turkey sammich… and Sweet tater pie, though store bought.

    Have fun out there and be safe. Readings, admissions, confessions, from some weight scales to come later.

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